|All it comes with are the badges and the keychain?|
You have nothing in comparison to a Denali.Yeah but, the Denali wasn't till 2005 so this kit would have addressed 2004 and possibly early pre-Denali 2005 Envoys. So you could have a kind of Pseudo Denali
It's only "silly" if someone provides an actual answer to what the Elite thing was and last time I checked nobody had. If you have a better explanation please post the link.You have nothing in comparison to a Denali.
The comparison is as silly as saying SS stickers and removing roof rack is an SS. And that is actually closer and more modification to emulating the package....
I did explain quite a bit earlier and you even found the shit for sale.It's only "silly" if someone provides an actual answer to what the Elite thing was and last time I checked nobody had. If you have a better explanation please post the link.
https://gmtnation.com/forums/threads/gmc-envoy-slt-elite.19839/post-580497As near as I can tell the "Elite" kit is literally just "bling".
Here's a similar kit available for humdrum Silveradoes available today: https://mdgglobal.com/assets/chevy_091809a.pdf
Here's an ebay link to the "Elite" kit, with decent pics of the instruction sheet. You can clearly read the "Morgan Design Group" info on the instruction sheet. It appears they are the designers of lots of badging for automotive. https://www.ebay.ca/itm/Genuine-GMC-ENVOY-ELITE-Front-Fender-Insert-Liftgate-Badge-Emblem-OEM-091004A-/263033780814?eid=262893855000
So "Elite" GMC Envoy's are literally just Envoy's with 3 badges, a keychain, and a hitchcover.
Mooseman posted this : "AFAIK, they were only for 2003-2004 but that was an actual factory options package rather than dealer trinkets."I did explain quite a bit earlier and you even found the shit for sale.
It is badges, keychain, and hitch cover. The part number and a link to buy the bullshit on ebay was also posted yesterday...BY YOU. So yes...it is a silly comparison you were making to the Denali package.